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    Inflation was reported to continue rising this month at both retail (8.3%) and wholesale (11%) levels. These numbers confirm inflation is at its fastest pace in 40 years. Governments can print more money, but they can’t print food or other commodities. Though we have much to be grateful for,…

      Midweek, Russia announced they would stop exporting natural gas to Poland and Bulgaria since Warsaw has refused to pay for Russian gas in rubles. By shutting off Polish gas, Germany may receive less gas which will, in turn, reduce supplies to the region in general. There has been continued p…

      Taking a year off work or school doesn’t mean sleeping the day away and distancing yourself from your goals. It can simply mean you want a break from the expectations of draining deadlines and 60-hour workweeks.

      The using up of heavy-weight animals has finally helped lift cattle prices, with June cattle jumping to a four-week high. Scorching, dry weather moving into the Southern plains threatened livestock and helped boost prices. Slaughter capacity at packing plants has finally returned to normal a…

      Commodities are the raw materials and resources on which modern civilization depends. Unlike stocks, bonds, mutual funds, cryptos, and insurance, commodities are the foundation of our economic system. They create the food, shelter, fabrics, and fuels on which human life depends.

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      Using multiple measures, food inflation has continued to rise sharply. The war in Ukraine has threatened wheat, corn, and vegetable oil production, dramatically increasing the input costs to grow those crops. Fuel, fertilizer, equipment costs, and availability have assured supply problems wi…

      According to the global tech care company Asurion, Americans check their smartphones 96 times per day. Social media makes up the biggest chunk of our online distractions. And the interferences are creeping into work.

      In an attempt to lower gasoline prices, the White House announced the largest oil liquidation ever from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. President Biden intends to drive gasoline and diesel prices lower following months of rising prices with his million barrels per day release. The high…

      The curtailed production and exportation of natural gas and crude oil from Russia continues to plague the world’s economy, with Europe being the most threatened. While Europe uses the gas for home heating and generation of electricity, more distant nations, especially those in South America,…

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